Mr. Patrick Duong leads UNDP’s work on local governance and SDG localization in Asia and the Pacific. He is based in Bangkok in the UNDP Regional Hub that serves 26 countries. Patrick has over 20 years of experience at policy and technical level. He has advised governments in several senior advisory positions in Asia and Africa. He earlier worked with civil society organizations, DFID, and the EU in Africa, the Middle East, and in the Balkan region. Patrick is originally from Vietnam; he was born in 1967 in Morocco, grew up in Africa and studied Political Science and International Public Law in France.
, United Nations Development Programme
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|Setting the Context: SDG Localization in Asia and the Pacific||19 April 2021||Slides||Regional Cooperation and Integration|
|Discussion on Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals at Subnational Level||28 September 2016||Slides||Governance and Public Sector Management|
|Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals: What Could This Mean for UNDP in Asia and the Pacific?||27 August 2015||Slides||Governance and Public Sector Management|